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Nick described himself as an easy-go-lucky person, especially during his college years. He completed his days hanging out with friends and classmates. He transferred from one school to another, took courses, and earned units. But then it seemed he was destined to follow his path until he found himself enrolling at Aldersgate College taking up Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

He graduated in March 2007 with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing reaping the awards for excellence award in Nursing and outstanding leadership. In the same year, he passed the Nursing Licensure Examination and the Nursing Aptitude Test.

As a student, he became a catalyst of change. He served as a good example to his schoolmates and to others. He participated in many contests represents the name of Aldersgate College and was handed numerous recognitions and awards in the division, provincial and national levels.

After becoming a Registered Nurse, he became a Reviewer of NLE Review Class at Saint Louis Review Center, Inc., in Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya. He also became a clinical and class instructor at the PLT College, Inc. for a year and later on he served as clinical instructor, class instructor, and performed other academic and administrative functions at Aldersgate College.

While working, he took units in education for him to qualify to take the Licensure Examination for Teachers. In April 2009, he took the LET and passed. In 2016, after become a substitute science teacher he was promoted to senior high school (STEM) Teacher II and a class adviser for Grade 11 at Nansiakan National High School in Kayapa, Nueva Vizcaya. As an educator, he attended numerous seminars and trainings. He is also a writer of several local and international research papers and publications.

Nick Infante Rojas is a researcher, writer, registered nurse and a licensed teacher. He is from  Vista Alegre, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya. At present, he is the Research teacher for STEM, ABM, GAS, HUMSS and TVL strands and the class adviser for Grade 12- STEM at the Nueva Vizcaya General Comprehensive High School.

“With Aldersgate College, I was able to discover my potentials – both academic and social which honed me to what I am now! Aldersgate College helped me in making my weaknesses as my tool in reaching my dreams – and helped me realize that age is just a number!” he ended#


“For my eight years of staying at Aldersgate College (from High School to College), my school honed me a lot in terms of my education. AC rendered me high quality of teaching, assessment and management. It nurtured my whole being, mentally, socially and spiritually. I am very thankful to Aldersgate College because without the safe, professional and friendly learning environment, I would not be able to pursue my dreams.” Arvin cited.

Arvin Vergado Galamay was born on April 30, 1989 at Bonfal Proper, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya. He finished his secondary and tertiary education at Aldersgate College, Solano, Nueva Vizcaya. He obtained the degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2009. He is a Registered Nurse and a Certified ITE Healthcare personnel.

He served as Staff Nurse for 2 years at Quirino Province Medical Center,  Staff Nurse for a year at Ambaguio Municipal Health Office before he decided to go abroad where he took the ITE Healthcare examination in Singapore. After passing the said examination, he served as a Nursing Aide at United Medicare Centre, Singapore from May 2013 to November 2015 and later on he became an Enrolled Nurse from November 2015 to November 2017. At present, he is now a Staff Nurse at the Methodist Welfare Services Nursing Home in Singapore.#

BSE Alumna: Outstanding Teacher of the Philippines 2016

Dr. Katherine Faith Adalem Maddela-Bustos, an alumna of Aldersgate College from pre-school to college, bagged the award for the Search for Outstanding Teacher of the Philippines 2016 by the Metrobank Foundation, Incorporated.

Dr. Bustos, a graduate of the College of Arts, Sciences and Education, the First Honors of the ACES, the AC High School Batch ’97 salutatorian, a part-time professor of Aldersgate College Graduate School and currently an English teacher (Master Teacher 1) at the Nueva Vizcaya General Comprehensive High School, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya, is named by MBFI as one of the 10 awardees of the Search for Outstanding Teachers of the Philippines after undergoing rigorous teaching demonstrations and panel interviews before the final board of judges, which was chaired by Senator Emmanuel Joel Villanueva and co-chaired by Rep. Romero Federico “Miro” S. Quimbo (2nd District, Marikina City) and members: Department of Science and Technology Secretary Fortunato “Boy” T. De La Peña; Court of Appeals presiding Justice Roman G. Del Rosario; Cebu Governor Hilario “Jun-jun” P. Davide III; the Ambassador of India to the Philippines, His Excellency Lalduhthlana Ralte, the New Era University President, Dr. Nilo L. Rosas; and, Editor-in-Chief and Philippine Daily Inquirer Opinion Editor and senior journalist John Nery.

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The 10 Metrobank Foundation Outstanding Teacher Awardees of 2016 are comprised of four elementary teachers, four high school teachers and two college teachers. They were presented together with the 2016 awardees of the Country’s Outstanding Police Officers in Service and Soldiers collectively known as Metrobank Foundation Outstanding Filipinos in a formal awarding ceremony on September 5, 2016 as part of Metrobank’s 54th anniversary celebration. They received cash award amounting to Php 500,000.00, a medal and a trophy and were awarded plaque of recognition during the recognition rites led by President Rodrigo R. Duterte at the Malacañang Palace last September 12.

“The series of screenings were very rigid and tough but at long last with God’s help, I survived and prevailed,” said Kathy in her speech during the program in recognition of her achievements held at the AC grounds.

She is an advocate of combining vital teaching skills with technology to better engage the 21st century learners. In line with this, she pioneered the development of the NVGCHS English online Facebook page which promotes continued academic discussion online resulting in better performance of her students. DepEd has likewise tapped her as trainer for its Computerization Program.

For more than 30 years, Search for Outstanding Teachers has shown respect and esteem to the teaching profession, acknowledging those who exhibit competence, remarkable dedication to their work and effective educational leadership, as well as their various community involvements. It is implemented by MBFI in partnership with the Department of Education and the Commission on Higher Education.#cdp

The Efficiency of Used Motor Oil As An Additive Component in the Production of Candle


Celene Angeli Dumaguing, Sharry Basilio, Rodolfo Pasion and Jearen Hesed Balagan

2nd Runner-Up, Applied Science, Team Category 2010 Division Science Fair and Quest

Bagabag National High School, Bagabag, Nueva Vizcaya


Celene Angeli Dumaguing

Sharry Basilio

Rodolfo Pasion

Jearen Hesed Balagan

Research Advisers:      

Cathelyn C. Mariano

Ana Norinyl R. Clemor



This study was conducted to determine the effect of used motor oil as an additive component in candle making.

The researchers collected used motor oil from motor shops and set them aside while preparing improvised candle molders. The improvised molders which were made from used carton boxes were shaped like cylinder tube-like with sizes like ordinary candles.

Ordinary candles and left over from used candles were used.  These were melted and then used oil was added before they were solidified.

Three treatments were used in the study to determine how effective or useful used oil is as additive. The flame, the smoke and life of candles were observed to determine which treatment is effective.

Results revealed that the commercial candle was still the best to use however used oil can still be an additive in candle making.

Household consumers on the other hand generally accepted the used oil as good additive in candle making but commented that perfume should have been added to improve the smell because the smell of used oil is not pleasant.



Tracer Study

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First Batch 2004

  • Rudy P. Cutiyog
  • Emmanuel Cadiente
  • Marlowe B. Lannu
  • Efren E. Dapig
  • Fernando P. Fernandez
  • Elmer V. Kildo
  • James S. Osalla
  • Joelan R. Soliven
  • Estrella A. Vidad
  • Rose Sharon L. Bacayana
  • Gilbert Natividad

Second Batch 2005

  • Jose P. Balog Jr.
  • Colin Jay D. Buyayo
  • Alvin B. Tabunan
  • Gerald V. Tutaan

Third Batch 2006

  • Arnold Natividad
  • Danilo Lora

Fourth Batch 2007

  • Cabanting, Frances May P.
  • Alindada, Carlos
  • Sansano, Julio
  • Novedick P. Dulnuan.

Fifth Batch 2008

  • Andaya, Vladimir T.
  • Asuncion, Jaymark C.
  • Farinas, Christine Joy C.
  • Pedro, Ralph Primo D.
  • Quimba, Melvin D.
  • Umalla, Joel J.
  • Yap, Richard Clifford B

Sixth Batch 2009

  • Blanco, Aaron P
  • Dacumos, Dexter Jay G
  • Dumalanta, Teddy B.
  • Jacinto, Pablito
  • Lapitan, Nelson O.

Seventh Batch 2010 – 50%

  • Guitering, Bong-bong De Vera
  • Lacangan, Kim Alasteir Gaco
  • Orizal, Delfin Jr. Galupe

Graduates Outcomes

List of Graduates Place of work
1. Mrs. Frances May C. Sansano Full-Time  Instructor A.C.
2. P01 Sharon B. Tabunan PNP Solano Police Station
3.  J01 Estrella A. Vidad Bureau of Jail Management and Penology Makati city Jail
4. F01 Joelan R. Soliven Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP)
5. F01 Marlowe B. Lannu Provincial Fire Station, Bayombong N.V
6. P01 Emmanuel Cadiente PNP Regional Training Center
7. P01 James S. Osalla Philippine National Police (TMG) Now at the HQNVPPO
8. P01 Alvin B. Tabunan PNP Regional Training center 02 (PNP)
9. P01 Jose P. Balog PNP Regional Training center 02
10. P01 JessyDulnuan Philippine National Police (SAF)
11. P01 Gerald Tutaaan Philippine National Police (SAF)
12. Jo1 Arnold Natividad Camp BagongDiwaTaguig City
13. P01 NovedickDulnuan (NVPPO) Nueva Vizcaya Police Provincial Office
14. J01 Elmer Kildo (BJMP) Camp BagongDiwa, Bicutan, Taguig City
15. LG Florelie Padilla Lady Guard Aldersgate College
16. Randy Sumawang Security guard at United Methodist Christian School
17. SG Roger Flores Dubai, Security officer apprentice
18. SG Christopher Cabigat Aldersgate College Security guard
19. SG Castro T. Lakias Aldersgate College Security guard
20. SG Randy Basilan Aldersgate College Security guard
21. SG Eden D. Mabuti Aldersgate College Security guard
22. Christine Joy Farinas Instructor Isabela Colleges
23. SG Marlon Gulla Light Rail Transit
24. SG Marlon Aquino Recruited Training, 51st Engineering Brigade AFP
25. SG Kim Lacangan Security Guard, Aldersgate College
26. SG Mark Edison Villaflores Security Guard,Ociana Gold Co.
27. P01 Ralph Primo Pedro PNP Crime Laboratory Camp Crame
28. SG Aaron, P. Blanco Security Guard Aldersgate College
29. F01 Dexter Jay G. Dacumos
30. PO1 Rudy Cutiyog
Municipal Fire Station Solano, Nueva Vizcaya
Camp Adduro Tuguegarao City